This video is about common cranes dancing.
Common cranes had been absent as breeding birds from the Netherlands for centuries. However, as the Dutch Sovon ornithologists report today, in 2001 a couple managed to raise a chick in Fochteloërveen nature reserve.
Gradually, more cranes followed. In 2015, there were nine nests in the Fochteloërveen. Two in the Drents-Friese Wold; two in the Dwingelderveld. One in the Korenburgerveen, one in the Engbertsdijksvenen.
More about cranes in the Netherlands is here.
About Engbertsdijkvenen: here.